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Crossover with The Avengers

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After his actions in New York, Odin hands down his sentence for Loki's crimes. Instead of execution or being locked in the Asgardian dungeon for the rest of his natural life, Loki will instead be sent to live with his granddaughters, to learn the virtues he is so desperately lacking.

Loki didn't know he had granddaughters. He had even forgotten he had a son in the first place.

And to make things even more complicated, said granddaughters are magical pony princesses in a magical land of talking, technicolor ponies called Equestria.

Yeah. Things are gonna get interesting.

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Lol, Jörmungandr as Loki's cutie mark.

Considering Marvel plays fast and loose with Norse Mythology, you are forgiven. (Thor really should be a redhead)

This has potential, tracking.

ah family, can't live with them, can't throw them on and train and sell them to a mexican circus.

Love the idea of Celestia and Luna are Loki's granddauters.

Can't wait to see how Loki's first meeting with his granddaughters will go. Will the mane six be helping the princesses with Loki? How will Equestria react when they find out about Loki? Will Thor or any other marvel character show up to check on Loki?

Loki, the fallen prince of Asgard, and Sleipnir's own father (or to be more precise, mother) was in need of rehabilitation.

Well, he wasn't a stallion at the time, he was a mare, and he's not usually a pony,”

Is anyone else absolutely terrified by this?

This concept intrigues me so much, I look forward to future chapters.


Welcome to the wonderful world of Norse mythology. Among Loki's other brats are-

1. A giant serpent large enough to encircle the entire planet, and with toxic breathe powerful enough to instantly slay a god, Jormungandr
2. The half-dead ruler of the Norse underworld, Hel
3. Most disturbingly to Celestia and Luna, the monster wolf that will devour the sun and moon at the end of the world, Fenrir.

Really, Sleipnir is one of the most benevolent members of this family.

I`m intrigued, please continu :twilightsmile:

Yes, the mane six will be making appearances, but the focus of the story will be largely on Celestia and Luna (and of course, Loki). Also, Thor will be coming to Equestria somewhere down the line.

Thanks for reading!

Well, as Karna said already, in the original mythology, Loki has a whole brood of monster children. Compared to a giant serpent, a giant wolf, and a half-dead, half-alive woman, an eight-legged horse is pretty benign. And indeed, in the myths, Loki is Sleipnir's mother, not his father, since he turned himself into a mare in order to distract a giant's stallion from a task. He got pregnant as a result of that incident, and a year later he gave birth to Sleipnir.

Loki's other offspring won't be appearing in this story. Since it's based on the MCU, there's no indication that Loki has his other kids at all. Even Sleipnir is a bit of a stretch, but we do see him in the first Thor movie, so I just went with it.

Thank you for reading!

I have to follow this for shits and giggiles.

I will definitely be keeping an eye on this.

Now let's be a bit fair to Loki... If YOU turned yourself into a mare, screwed a stallion, got pregnant and gave birth, would you WANT to remember that? Heck, he probably got so drunk trying to forget he gave himself brain damage...which would explain things.

Oh this is going to be good.

Yes! I haven't even read this yet, but I have been keeping an eye out for a Thor/Loki MLP fic!


Perhaps Loki just hasn't gotten around to popping them out yet?

True that. I wouldn't be surprised if eventually some of his other offspring show up. It would make for an interesting movie. At least, I'd watch the hell out of it. :rainbowlaugh:

If I hadn't already read this story, I probably wouldn't even have noticed this one. I'll be sticking this one on my read later list so I can keep an eye on it.

I have a soft spot for redemption stories but I also really like the premise of Loki being the Princesses' Grandfather(mother, whatever) but completely unaware of everything they've built & the trials they've been through.

Will he be impressed by Equestria or sympathetic towards Luna's decent into darkness, so much like his own? Probably not at first, but I hope he thaws. Just not too quickly.

Well, I have a feeling that Loki would get along relatively well with Luna, because of their similar falls to darkness, which will be shown in this story from chapter four onwards, although it will likely take some time for them to completely trust the other.

Celestia, on the other hand... well, that remains to be seen.

Thanks for reading!

Well, this is alright, except for the MASSIVE WALLS OF TEXT describing the plots of Thor and Avengers Assemble.

It's going to be fun seeing how the Canterlot Nobility reacts to Loki. I'm especially looking forward to seeing what act of stupidity Blueblood will pull and how much he will suffer from whatever punishment Loki decides to gives him.

I'll follow this just to see Loki vs. Blueblood.

I have to agree with 3632795. The movie retelling was really too long and probably unnecessary. After all, most of the people who read this story will probably have seen the movies already. So the chapter was basically a long slog of reading stuff we already knew. Condensing that to one or a few paragraphs and then moving on to new stuff would have made a better chapter.

"Loki told them the events of the two movies, while emphasizing this bit and leaving out that detail. Luna&Celestia responded like so, then new stuff happened." Just adjust that to actually be appropriate for a work of fiction, maybe fill it out with a few extra details, and voilà. All the readers would still know perfectly well what was going on, and it would have moved along much faster.

I look forward to him meeting Discord. That would be a merry meeting.

3634272 on the contrary, The point of the scene is not infodump, but characterisation - how exactly Loki tells the story. So not only us knowing the story doesn't make the scene redundant - it wouldn't work if we didn't.

Well, my whole point in having Loki relate the events of the movies was to establish that he's not necessarily reliable when it comes to discussing what he had done in the past. I purposely emphasized the whole "finding out he's a Jotunn" thing and left out the Destroyer incident, as well as most of what he did in Earth in The Avengers.

But maybe I did go overboard and into infodump. Thank you for your feedback, however, I appreciate it. I always like to know if something I did didn't work very well, and I'll try to keep your comment in mind as I write future chapters.

That was, in fact, what I was trying to do. I guess I didn't do it very well. :facehoof:

3635313 I know the main point was characterization, but it is quite possible to achieve that with a much shorter passage. One author I've read who was pretty good at the technique is Robert Asprin. His Myth Adventures series was something like 15 novels long when he passed away, so in each new book he had to find ways to recap parts of the older novels without simply rewriting them.

3635512 It takes some practice. I have to admit I'm not yet very good at it either.

Don't worry about info dumping. Loki's perspective as well as his typical deviousness really comes through here. Nothing he said was a lie, just not the complete truth. And anyone who complains is just a lazy reader.

That was essentially what I was hoping to get across. I'm glad it worked for you! :twilightsmile:

This is coming together quite nicely.

I wonder how Twilight will react to Loki. No doubt a barrage of questions big enought to destry a small city.

with the way things are going... thor is going to appear at somepoint and celestia and her great uncle are going to have a talk.... a talk they likely both needed some time ago.

I'm looking forward to the embarrassingly awkward questions about Cadance and maybe Twilight's(if she's an Alicorn in this) origins.

Yes, Twilight will be an alicorn in this- it comes up in a couple of chapters, as a matter of fact.

As for how Loki reacts... well, we'll see. :trollestia:

A bored god of trickery and mischief... RUN!

i can just see him and discord mixing it up right now it would be a total mess.

He looks like the kind of problem that the princesses would eventually dump on Twilight...

Also, some values dissonance occured to me: Loki hid the fact that he tried to blow up Jottundheim. But he freely admitted to preparing a jotun attack to disrupt his brother's coronation. Using foreign invaders against his own country as part of a political ploy. Many cultures consider it the worst kind of treachery, but he didn't seem to have a problem with it.


He knew he was going to have to give a reason as to what got him into trouble in the first place, and he probably figured that treason would be easier to explain than attempted genocide. "Yeah, I committed treason, but I had a good reason for it" as opposed to "Yeah, I tried to kill an entire planet of beings because I wanted my parents' attention, and oh yeah, I'm that same kind of being."

Although to be honest, I didn't really think about that, I just thought "okay, how would I have Loki explain this, while trying to make himself look good." I thought having him try to explain his destruction of Jotunheim wouldn't go over too well. Thanks for pointing that out!

Gods damn it Twilight...

[i[Remember, this is a matter of national security. Your discretion is of the utmost importance.

you may want to fix this

Damn, I thought I had caught that. Thanks for letting me know, it's fixed now.

3721328 She might need that book, but not for the reason she thinks she does.

There is just one problem- as I underst it, you and I both are 'alicorns,' I think the term is.


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